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The Joy of Dentistry

For Dr. Reema Arnouk, the day-to-day reward that comes from helping dental patients is a joy she can now share with her own family. Along with her husband, Dr. Maher Arnouk (he joined the practice in April), the practice also includes her oldest of three daughters, Mariam. Serving as a dental hygienist at Foothill Family Dental Group, Mariam is also a graduate of Azusa Pacific University.

As a Foothill Christian School mom, Dr. Reema loves every opportunity she’s given to connect with children. “We are definitely a family practice, so it gives us great joy to help patients of all ages. From the elderly to the very young, we do our very best to serve the entire family with the best care possible,” said Dr. Reema.

When her schedule isn’t booked full with patient appointments, you’ll likely find Dr. Reema spending time with children in public schools, and here at Foothill Christian School and Preschool. Her warm and friendly personality bodes extremely well with children. “It’s a constant source of gratification whenever I can help children understand the importance of good hygiene and regular dental care.”

During a recent visit to Foothill Family Dental Group’s office, a group of Ms. Burris’s kindergarteners were given a guided tour, with plenty of opportunities to see the uses of state-of-the-art dental equipment and the variety of ways patients are benefiting from it.

unnamed[2]Dr. Reema and Dr. Maher Arnouk, and their delightful daughter, are proud Corporate Sponsors of Foothill Christian School. We’re grateful for their support and service to our community.

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Bias. Bigotry. Bullying. - One School's ResponseOctober 26th, 2017
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